The Lions of Al-Rassan

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A Master Storyteller Creates an Enduring Legend of His Own Over the centuries, the once stern rulers of Al-Rassan have been seduced by sensuous pleasures. Now King Almalik of Cartada is on the ascendancy, adding city after city to his realm, a ...Continua
Ha scritto il 23/12/09
Perhaps Kay's best
And that says it all. A twist on the El Cid legend, with all the elements of reconquista Spain, this books did for me what Kay does best: worry about the characters and their future. I believe this has been optioned as a film. While it could be done...Continua
Ha scritto il 05/10/09
Decent historic fiction of Christian and Muslim culture as I'm sure many more exist. It's a gripping and comfortable read. Some real histories of the period may be preferable but Kay did manage to rouse my interest. Too comfortable a read for me, tho...Continua
Ha scritto il 30/07/07
This is an amazing book - well-written, with textured characterization, beautifully plotted narrative. I can't say enough about GGK. He borrows elements from medieval history and the East and weaves them into a fantastical narrative with living, brea...Continua
Ha scritto il 20/07/07
Loved it
Loved this book. Pretty much devoured it in one day, and it isn’t the shortest of books.The version I read was published by EOS and is catagorised as fantasy, as are all the books by Kay that I have come across so far, but in reality this has very fe...Continua

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